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HP Pavilion x360 14-dw1025nr Review And Specification

 

HP Pavilion x360 14-dw1025nr Review And Specification

The newest HP Pavilion x360, with its sleek, portable design, powerful productivity performance, and ergonomic keyboard and Bang & Olufsen speakers, is right on the edge of a high-end laptop. If only the fans on this 2-in-1 notebook were a little bit quieter and the display was brighter, it would be among the greatest laptops (or at least one of the best convertible laptops). In spite of this, the HP Pavilion x360 14-dw1025nr is an excellent device considering its cost.

For a considerable amount of time, office workers and students have been drawn to HP's Pavilion series because it provides a cost-effective blend of performance and style. In light of the fierce competition, how does the most recent 14-inch HP Pavilion fare? In this review, let's investigate.

With an 11th Gen Intel Core i5-1135G7 processor, Intel Iris Xe graphics, 8GB RAM, and 256GB SSD storage, the HP 14-dw1025nr model is the one we have for review. The Pavilion x360 14-dw1024nr (Windows 10 Home) model that we evaluated last year has nearly identical specs, with the exception that the more recent model has Windows 11 Home pre-installed and has a minor chassis design tweaks.

HP Pavilion x360 14-dw1025nr Specification

  • Processor :  Intel Core i5-1135G7 4 x 2.4 - 4.2 GHz, Tiger Lake-UP3
  • Graphics adapter : Intel Iris Xe Graphics G7 80EUs
  • Memory : 8 GB , DDR4-3200
  • Display : 14.00 inch 16:9, 1920 x 1080 pixel 157 PPI, Capacitive, IPS, glossy: yes
  • Storage : 512GB SSD
  • Connections : 2 USB 3.0 / 3.1 Gen1, USB-C Power Delivery (PD), 1 HDMI, Audio Connections: 3.5mm, Card Reader: SD
  • Networking : Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 (a/b/g/h/n = Wi-Fi 4/ac = Wi-Fi 5/ax = Wi-Fi 6/), Bluetooth 5
  • Size : height x width x depth (in mm): 18.7 x 324 x 221 ( = 0.74 x 12.76 x 8.7 in)
  • Battery : 43 Wh Lithium-Ion, 3-cell, Battery runtime (according to manufacturer): 8 h
  • Operating System : Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Camera : Webcam: HD 720p
  • Additional features : Speakers: Stereo, Keyboard: Chiclet
  • Weight : 1.61 kg ( = 56.79 oz / 3.55 pounds) ( = 0 oz / 0 pounds)

Design

The Pavilion x360 has a natural silver hood with a reflective HP logo imprinted in the middle. The intelligent use of curves and angles surrounding the shell gives it the appearance of being thinner than the specs sheet would indicate. The two-tone hinge lessens the noticeable bulk of the bottom screen bezel when you open it.

You'll be happy the Pavilion isn't that little when you fold the lid around to put it in tablet mode because the bezel creates a hand-grip region that lets you handle the device clipboard-style without using the touchscreen. The x360's hinge also sports the Pavilion logo.

Lifting the lid of the HP Pavilion x360 14-dw1025nr displays a black keyboard deck with a Bang & Olufsen speaker vent grill just above it, in contrast to earlier models which had a silver tone on the deck. Unlike its more expensive siblings, it lacks a fingerprint reader while maintaining relatively thin display bezels.

The Pavilion x360 is a little heavier than most laptops at 3.6 pounds and 12.76 x 8.7 x 0.71 inches, but it's still very portable. For example, the Asus ZenBook Flip 13 weighs 2.8 pounds and measures 12.01 x 8.31 x 0.55 inches, while the Acer Spin 3 weighs 3.6 pounds and measures 13.2 x 9.1 x 0.8 pounds.

The Pavilion x360 has a great range of ports, including one USB 3.0 connector, a headphone jack, a power button, and a security slot located on the left side. The power jack, HDMI port, USB 3.0 port, USB Type-C port, and SD card slot are located on the right side of the device.

Display

HP Pavilion x360 14-dw1025nr Design

The 14-inch, 1920 x 1080 touch display on the HP 14-dw1025nr convertible is a tad bit boring. The panel is rated for 250 nits of brightness, but we often aim for 400 nits or more, and even while the screen is fairly bright, its glossy texture makes it a little uncomfortable to look at.

Refold the screen to tablet mode so that the supplied pen can be used for interaction. The 5.5-inch stylus features two circular buttons on its barrel that can be adjusted using the HP Pen Control application. It runs on a single AAA battery. It can easily keep up with quick swipes and has strong palm rejection, but its pressure sensitivity isn't very accurate.

Keyboard & Touchpad

The keyboard of the Pavilion x360 is quite pleasant and comfortable to type on. The keys seem smooth and take some power and travel before they register a click, even though they are not very quick. They still fall within the 1.5 and 2.0 mm range with their 1.4 mm of travel, and they take a good 70 grams of force to trigger.

The 4.3 x 2.1-inch touchpad functions well and is very responsive. Because the pad uses Windows Precision drivers, it functions well with Windows 10 gestures, such as two- and three-finger scrolling.

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